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Love Is In The Message (Love, #3) by RJ…

Love Is In The Message (Love, #3)

by RJ Scott

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~When his dad left he had
promised her he would be
her strength- he'd only
been eight but he knew
then he would never want
to do anything to hurt her.

I imagined a small Luke
telling this to his mom
when their world seemed to
fall apart. It was heartfelt
and heartwarming. Seeing
an innocent eight year old
boy trying to be a brave
man in a cruel world. It
really did touch me.

Apparently, this is the final
book in the Love Series and
probably the best among
the first two. Because the
minor characters were also
given enough attention. It
showed how supportive and
great Luke's mom was. And
also showing the possibility
of Mitchell being with
Luke's sister.

I'm very pleased how
Cameron turned out to be
in this last series. Because
he suddenly became this
kind of super sweet and very
caring boyfriend. And
started cracking jokes to
Luke which was so cute. Like
he treated Luke as his air
and he couldn't live without
him. Oh god. And I also
admired how humble Luke
was, to forgive Ryan- the
man who almost killed him.
That was great.

But I was not really
satisfied with the
conclusion. Because the
story swiftly ended. I was so
surprised seeing the words
'The End' so soon. I want
more of Luke and Cam. I
crave for them! Wish there
would be another sequel. ( )
  Perco | Oct 11, 2014 |
If you've read my reviews of the first two books, you pretty much know what to expect. These are short and sweet books, with a surprisingly high level of character development -- I feel like I know and understand Cameron and Luke, and even the other minor characters to some degree. This one is just as sweet as the others in Cam and Luke's growing relationship, and still deals with the more complicated side of being 'out' in a school -- the jeering, bullying, etc, and hints at worse in Luke's past.

It has a feel-good ending to top it off, and I rather hope we'll get to see more of Cam and Luke. ( )
  shanaqui | Apr 9, 2013 |
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